A camera mounted in a vehicle captured the moment parts of what appeared to be a missile fell on a busy street in Kyiv on Monday, the day Russia launched an intense daytime missile barrage at the Ukrainian capital.
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The falling missile parts appeared to hit a line carrying traffic lights, narrowly missing cars that were driving on the multilane road. The Ukrainian military said it had intercepted all 11 of the ballistic and cruise missiles fired at the city in the attack that began at 11am. A timestamp in the dashcam footage showed the debris hitting the road at 11:22am.
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